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. suspect jason holmes appeared in court and had orange hair and appeared tired and was the spirit his mug shot was just released to the media. charges have not yet been filed. about an hour ago, his family issued a stage -- issued a statement. >> amid tight security and with several victims' families in the staring hat -- staring at him intently, the former phd student shuffled in from jail where he is being held in solitary confinement. he sat next to his court- appointed attorney and said nothing. >> accused shooter jason holmes sat in court his red and orange hair and her car -- underscoring reports that he was telling police he was the joker. he was dazed, fuelling speculation he might have been drugged. one of several possibilities. >> they could have medicated him, he could have been up for the entirety of the time since friday night and saturday morning and days before that. he could be in the midst of a psychotic break. >> he's charged with killing 12 and injuring 58 others in last friday's midnight movie theater massacre. prosecutors say they are considering the death pe
and professor at the school and it had james holmes's name on it. it could give some chilling insight into the massacre. >> he mailed a spiral notebook to a university of colorado psychiatrist dealing plans of a massacre. but the psychiatrist never got it. the package sat unopened in the schools mailroom possibly four days. in that noble fox news reports drawings and gun-toting stick figures were blowing away other stick figures. the psychiatrist a letter of stories about another package that he got. he thought it was from homes. but it was not. instead, they checked the entire mail room and found the package that was from him. in the meantime, holmes reportedly took and failed a key test at the university. he went and bought an arsenal. some say flunking the test may have triggered the meltdown. >> all of those things could have made a dormant schizophrenic predisposition come out rather quickly. >> hugo mette, born to parents caught in that bloody rampage. kailey lost an eye and is in critical condition. >> we were all excited about this. and it is, it is a silver lining to a very d
hearing 142 charges placed against him suspect james holmes sat silently as some of his victims looked on. >> victims still recovering from their injuries and family members, some dressed in batman t-shirts and a show of solidarity heard of a laundry list of charges leveled against james holmes. he has been accused of gunning down 12 people inside a colorado theater at the midnight showing of the new batman movie. >> he will live with what he did every day of his life. >> he looked and acted like he did for the initial court appearance with orange hair and a dazed look on his face. he now faces 142 charges including two counts of murder, for each victim. >> one count of class for felony of an explosive device. >> he said yes when asked by the judge if he wanted to waive his right to a speedy trial. >> her 6-year-old daughter was killed. >> i felt resentment that anyone could take away someone's life were just going to the movies. >> prosecutors are employing a strategy when it comes to the charges. one of the charges is called murder with extreme difference. >> we will continue to follow
. it is a brutal out there. horace holmes continues our heat wave coverage from northwest washington. >> day 9 of the heat wave and you have probably run out of tricks to stay in school if you are outside. what about those who want -- who work outside. for them there is no trick to working with hot asphalt on a day like today. imagine working on top of 300 degree asphalt on a day when the temperatures reach close to a hundred degrees. >> you have to do what you have to do. >> this heat wave has dragged into its ninth day. >> you get used to it. has been on a long time. >> for pedicab drivers there is no escapes in the heat. >> i take some ice cubes and put them in a plastic bag. but the plastic bag under my hat. that keeps my head nice and cool. >> robert has been driving a pedicab for four years. >> if i took off every day in the summer it was hot out i would not get any money. >> i have sunscreen on and my water with me. that is all i need. but we found a lot of people like pete who refuse to give up his lunchtime work out. >> friday night is for deny drink beer and eat pizza. is a break fro
it is difficult if not impossible to cope. horace holmes continues live coverage from silver spring. >> we have been out in the heat most of the day. it is brittle and training. for people who do not have a way to stay cool it can also be dangerous. they have been living in one room of their home since their air conditioner went out two days ago. >> it is a throwback to the 1950's and 1960's when people did not have air-conditioning. it was hot so you stayed in the basement. >> bad timing as a move into another heat wave. lots of people are having to live like the old days as home units are buckling under. >> i have replaced eight or nine of these in the last week or so. >> howard's house is fine, it is his car that is a hot box. >> mechanic shots have been swamped with cars with a broken air conditioners. >> we do not have time to work on other things. it is all air-conditioning. >> this record-breaking summer of heat is weighing on many of us, especially those who have to stay active outside. his packages are holding up under the sun better than he is. >> i have been pretty good. >> another d
reform in the u.s. several called for bans on assault weapons. james holmes is accused of using both. there was heat and arguments on both sides of the aisle and president obama weighed in on the issue as well. we will have the latest for you tonight at 6:00. >> the humane society is investigating a heartbreaking animal cruelty case in prince george's county. somebody tied and this puppy named hershey in a garbage bag and left him for dead. ben eisler is live. how is he doing? >> my new friend has come quite a ways in just a week. when he first got here he was not comfortable with anybody getting too close. it is easy to understand why. for his love of kisses and the chocolate covered code, rescuers named him hershey. his story is anything but sweet. investigators say somebody tied him up in a garbage bag and left him on the side of the road. he had injuries on his feet likely because his previous donor cram him into a tiny creek. >> fortunately dr. said physically he should recover. >> they have these braces they sell we will attach to his feet. hopefully he will be able to walk nor
holmes, with guns, started firing. >> we thought it was a prank. getting shot. >> there is one guy who was on all fours, crawling. >> he was crawling back in, and they said, "do not go over there. he is going to shoot people. and he was. >> some say the gunman walked of the aisle methodically firing away. >> come on, let's go. there was no response. i knew she was dead. >> it ranges from a three-month- old baby to members of the military. police had a hard time getting the victim's to safety. >> we cannot get in. >> they say it felt like an eternity. >> he surrendered without any significant incidents at all. >> this was described as so chaotic. they were putting them in the patrol cars and racing to a hospital. he bought a ticket and entered the theater. police think he acted alone but it is still very early. they are talking about some of the victims, including a three- month-old. we have heard that that baby was treated and released. >> also tonight the associated press reported that the victim is not cooperating and they are looking for a motive in this horrific attack. kris va
sleeves and 100 degree weather. horace holmes is live without everybody is coping. >> people are coping the best way they can. we have sandlots of people trying to make it any way they can despite -- we have seen lots of people try to make it any way they can despite is being very hot. >> it is more than hot for me. >> cooling stations, lots of treats are in large supply. >> it is hot. >> organizers urge people to take it slowly into take frequent breaks. the family was doing just that. >> the heat wave in the area hit record levels. this is day eight of temperatures 95 or higher. the people who have to work outside, this has turned into a brutal stretch. >> if you deal with it every day, you get used to it. every year it will get like this. >> by mid afternoon temperatures reached 100 degrees and arlington with construction crews wearing long sleeves and several layers of protective clothing had to suffer through. on an elevator shaft underground. >> we have that fans running. we have water for the guys. we take breaks as needed. we are conditioned to do it. >> not everybody is conditi
holmes. >> universally mass shootings are about revenge. >> when it arrived on campus and when it was open, leading some to wonder whether the shooting could have been prevented. it has reignited a national debate to about easy access to guns. >> a stalled truck engine is being blamed for a crash this morning. the driver of the track and died at sea tried to cross the tracks at 9:00 this morning. a train slammed into the truck. the train did not have any significant damage. >> returning to sports because the redskins are back in action. is day one of training camp. the fans got to see these players take the practice field. >> tim brant is live with fan reaction to the team and the new quarterback, rgiii. >> the first day of training camp always seems to be one of the hottest days of the year without doubt. the coaches seem to love it. they love to break it down before they build up for the season. the heat did not keep the fans away. >> can i do your autograph for my son? >> i cannot right now. i am sorry. >> it was awesome. he just could not give quarterback for now. >> he, of
. this is just two weeks after holmes expected the file. they have been married for five years. tom cruise did released this statement, saying in part, we want to keep matters of our family private and we respect each other's commitment to each of our respective beliefs and support each other's roles as parents. they are focused on their 6- year-old daughter. >> the in the movie that could be this year's scoop. >> and power outages from the storm, white it could be doing -- why some are saying it could be doing more harm than [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. [ female announcer ] every woman who believes decisions about our bodies and our health care should be our own is troubled mittomney supports overturning roe versusade. romney backed a law that outlalaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cll off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood
and even more fans are spending the money to support him. horace holmes is live with more on the rgiii hype. >> the redskins released this picture to an excited fan base this morning. their quarterback of the future signing his first contract with the team. >> the long suffering faithful acted with relief and optimism. >> it is a great step up for the team. they will do great this year. it is nice to get that out of the way so they can start practicing with the team. >> dave rushed out to the nearest sporting goods store to get away rgiii jersey to go along with his tattoo. >> i have to go ahead and get him lockdown. that was the right thing. >> you have a redskins had to. you have a redskins per se. >> i have to any shoes, too, but i do not have them on. >> she admits she has not had much to cheer about recently but feels the glory days are about to return now that her team has signed a quality quarterback. what's i think he will bring us back from where we were. we might get to the playoffs. >> for one day at least, hope springs eternal that the signing with a strong right arm, this will
holmes has reaction tonight. >> city leaders try to persuade congress that allowing for taller buildings is good business for the city. it bought of residents are not buying it. -- a lot of residents are not buying it. >> i think it will take away from the character of d.c. >> if a vincent gray and other city leaders get their way the skyline will change. the uniform look with buildings no taller than 130 feet has been there trademarked since congress enacted the height act. >> while is nice to have all of our sunshine and blue skies, it is also nice to have a lot of people live in d.c. and make it affordable with more housing. >> that is what they want to modify the restriction allowing for taller office buildings hotels and apartment buildings. most people told us the shorter skyline is what makes washington unique. >> it would take away from the uniqueness of washington being one of the few cities that still is not into the upward mobility. >> it is not like the new york city when you are in the shade of the time and you cannot see anything. i think seeing the monuments is one of the
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